Hunters Cabin

Note the native plants growing around the small hunter’s cabin- Note also the logs- the clay chinking -the “mud and wattle” chimney-very common in pioneer days.

Inside –simple rustic furnishing—checks out the stone fireplace---sit on the bunk bed---

Originally from Cusick area - built in 1900 by Albert Earle - In 2000 - donated by William and Carolyn Pitman to the museum

 Volunteers numbered the logs, hauled the logs and re-erected on the museum grounds.

 

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